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2020-08-14 Research Article


High energy lasers and new applications

Victor V Apollonov*

In the beginning of 1973 in the USSR the study of possibility of LJE designing was conducted. The reflector, located in the tail of the rocket prototype, concentrated the obtained radiation in air and ensured micro-burst that the reactive thrust was created.

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2020-08-13 Opinion


Entropy via Art

Abraham Tamir*

From the energy involved in a physical or chemical process, part of it cannot be utilised as work. Entropy S is the thermodynamic quantity that is the measure of this energy where the concept of entropy was first introduced by Rudolf Clausius (1822-1888) in 1865.

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2020-07-31 Research Article


Natural ferromagnetic resonance in cast microwires and its application to the safety control of infrastructures

E Adar, AM Yosher and Serghei Alexei Baranov*


The natural ferromagnetic resonance (NFMR) in cast glass-coated amorphous magnetic microwires has been studied theoretically and experimentally. The NFMR reveals large residual stresses appearing in the microwire core in the course of casting. These stresses, together with th…

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2020-07-15 Research Article


Ground-state bands of doubly even 166Hf Nucleus

I Hossain* and Hewa Y Abdullah


This study was carried out to investigate the rotational structure of even-even 166Hf isotopes using the phenomenological fitting, Sood’s semi-empirical formula. The rotational energies from the calculated values were compared to the experimental spectrum. The result sh…

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2020-07-13 Research Article


Non-force electromagnetic fields in nature and experiments on earth: Part 2

VV Aksenov*

The manifestation of non-force electromagnetic fields in nature and in experiments on Earth is interesting and important in the part that would confirm the numerous physical models that have been calculated and presented in the scientific literature [5,6,15,17].

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2020-05-25 Research Article


Measurement of background ionizing radiation in the federal university of technology owerri, Nigeria using calibrated digital geiger counter

Eke BC* and Emelue HU


The measurement of the natural ionizing radiation in the Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria was carried out using a well calibrated Digital Geiger Muller counter models GCA – 04w. Measurements were taken randomly in thirty (30) diff erent locations outside…

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2020-05-16 Short Communication


Detection limit of a lutetium based non-paralizable PET-like detector

Emmanuel Busato* and Édouard Roux


The effect of the intrinsic lutetium radioactivity on the detection performances of a LYSO based in-beam PET-like prototype used for quality control of hadrontherapy treatments is studied. This radioactivity leads to a background that degrades the measurement of the β+ s…

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2020-03-26 Research Article


Evaluation of Uranium in Organs of Residents from an Uranium-Rich Region using Teeth as Bioindicators

João DT Arruda-Neto*, Fermin Garcia and Henriette Righi


The Uranium extraction and processing plant of INB (Brazilian Nuclear Industries) is in Caetité, a city located in a region hosting the largest Uranium reserve of the country. The degree of Uranium contamination in the Caetité population was investigated before …

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2020-03-09 Research Article


A quantum mechanical model for hole transport through DNA: predicting conditions for oscillatory/non-oscillatory behavior

ATM Golam Sarwar, M Rezwan Khan and Arshad Khan*


A quantum mechanical model that considers tunneling and inelastic scattering has been applied to explain the hole transfer reaction from a G (Guanine) base to a GGG base cluster through a barrier of Adenine bases, (A)n (n = 1-16). For n = 1, the ratio of tun…

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2020-03-09 Research Article


Non-force electromagnetic fields

VV Aksenov*


The non-force magnetic fields were first predicted by Chandrasekhar in 1956 in his well-known published work [1]. Since then there have appeared a large number of theoretical studies [5,6,15,17] with the research into various aspects of physical manifestations of non-forc…

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